Week 3 — Success is Simply Colorful Geometry

Yay, me!  I am thrilled to have completed my blue rectangles and to be moving onto my red circles!  I feel a sense of accomplishment and encouragement that all things truly are possible and much simpler than I often make them out to be.  Just as these islands appear to make it so easy to hop from one to another, I am excited that I will hop from one task to another successfully.  As a matter of fact, during my Tuesday “sit” meditation, I envisioned a sea of transparent blue rectangles sliding effortlessly atop one another.  Beneath it was the Caribbean Sea and above it was the bright blue sky.  The awareness that came over me is that I am collecting successes!

At about the same time, I physically perceived the conscious mind intertwining with the subconscious mind via the cerebro-spinal system and the ganglionic mass at the back of the stomach (the Solar Plexus).  I am guessing that I am tangibly aware of this vivid interaction because I am a Reiki Master.  My sensitivity and awareness are very high and are what have made me so successful in my practice to connect with people on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. I think this is what is meant in the Master Key as “personal magnetism”.  I have a way of drawing people to me.  Now I am working to train myself to attract them on a different level — those who desire attaining tremendous success.

My very favorite Bible verse is “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” (Matthew 5:16)  Darkness cannot exist when we shine light upon it.  Therefore, the negative energy — fear — can no longer exist when we radiate courage, confidence, and power.


8 thoughts on “Week 3 — Success is Simply Colorful Geometry

    1. masterkeypamela Post author

      I have always looked at it as, “The only failure that doesn’t lead to success is the one that makes you stop.” Cannot remember the author; however, I always heard it in reference to Thomas Edison’s many attempts to invent the light bulb.

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